Video.js is an open source library for working with video on the web, also known as an HTML video player VideoJS is an HTML5 Video Player with 3 core parts:
An embed code (Video for Everybody),
A pure HTML/CSS skin (video-js.css).
SAP Fiori is a software that provides the porting of applications on mobile devices announced on 15 May 2013.
SAP Fiori is based on SAP's technology platform called NetWeaver. It enables applications to be used on desktop computers, tablets and smartphones. SAP Fiori supports HTML5.
SAP Fiori is a new user experience (UX) for SAP software and applications. It provides a set of applications that are used in regular business functions like work approvals, financial apps, calculation apps and various self-service apps.
SAP Fiori provides 300+ role-based applications like HR, Manufacturing, finance, etc. When you open the SAP Fiori home page application, you will see a picture of the flowers. It is because Fiori means ‘flowers’ in Italian.
SAP Fiori is a product line of SAP apps that have a device-agnostic user interface (UI).
At the 2013 SAP TechEd conference in Las Vegas, SAP announced that SAP Fiori would be the company's predominant user-interface model going forward for its enterprise resource planning (ERP), customer resource management (CRM), supply chain management (SCM), procurement, and talent management software, and that new Fiori applications would follow in those areas. As of this writing, there are currently 25 Fiori apps.
Video About SAP Fiori? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CX5X8ewlD0I
Loads any module format when running the ~15KB development build.
Loads ES modules compiled into the System.register module format for production with exact circular reference and binding support
Supports RequireJS-style map, paths, and bundles configuration.
Built with the ES Module Loader project, which is based on principles and APIs from the WhatWG Loader specification, modules in HTML and NodeJS.
Supports IE9+ provided a promises polyfill is available in the environment.
System.js however is a pretty good replacement for require.js. The config is robust, the bundling API is reasonable, and if you have dynamic loading scenarios, especially where you don't know the resources at bundling time, it's really a good client loader.
The above definition may be ambiguous, in simple terms, PhantomJS is a web browser without a graphical user interface.
Since PhantomJS is not usable when it comes to surfing the web, it has a whole set of features that developers love and use for many purposes.
Multiplatform, available on major operating systems: Windows, Mac OS X, Linux, and other Unices.
Pure headless (no X11) on Linux, ideal for continuous integration systems. Also runs on Amazon EC2, Heroku, and Iron.io.
Video for Phantom.Js https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Y3ugEFU0uU
Create.js is a comprehensive web editing interface for Content Management Systems. It is designed to provide a modern, fully browser-based HTML5 environment for managing content. Create can be adapted to work on almost any content management backend.
The user interface philosophy behind Create is simple: all content that you are allowed to change becomes editable, right there on the page you’re reading. Any modifications you make are retained in your browser and can be sent back to the CMS with a push of a button.
CreateJS is a suite of modular libraries and tools which work together to create interactive content on open web technologies via HTML5.
The libraries are designed to work completely independently, or mixed and matched.
EaselJS - Makes working with HTML5 canvas easy.
SoundJS - Lets you easily work with HTML5 audio
PreloadJS - Lets you manage and coordinate loading of assets
Mithril is used by companies like Vimeo and Nike, and open source platforms like Lichess.
Mithril supports browsers all the way back to IE9, no polyfills required.
Mithril gives you hierarchical MVC components (just like React), URL routing, customizable data binding, and safe-by-default templates with intelligent DOM difference checking for high-performance rendering.
One word: task automation. It's basically zero effort and you can use the ./task.js package manager to handle any repetitive tasks. You can use ./task.js to automate everything with minimum effort.
./task.js provides the structure, order, and authority that you as a developer so desperately crave. ./task.js will also take responsibility for your actions if you need it to. It's what everybody is using now. ./task.js is the new hotness. It's all about ./task.js now, just like that.
This is compared to npm run/bash scripts, which are:
not cross-platformant for deploying to windows server 2003
old news. Nobody uses bash these days.
The power of task.js comes from ES6 generators, which are currently only available in Firefox. You can try it out in Firefox, although there are a few remaining incompatibilities with the current ES6 spec (which is still a work in progress).
Here’s a “hello world” of tasks that will work in Firefox: